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NIT Implements ERP, SAMARTH In The Education Planning

The Department of Higher Education, M / o Human Resource Development, has the mission of providing students with quality education across all universities & HEIs. To this end, M / o HRD has developed an e-Governance platform, SAMARTH(Enterprises Resource Planning) ERP, under the National Scheme of Information Technology Education and Communication Mission (NMEICT). ERP, SAMARTH, for universities and higher education institutions, is an open standard open source architecture, stable, scalable, and evolutionary process automation engine. It includes faculties, students and staff in a University / Higher Education institution.

The ERP, SAMARTH, has now been implemented at the Kurukshetra National Institute of Technology, a participating unit supported by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) within the World Bank. The goal of this initiative is to automate Institute processes.
NIT, Kurukshetra: implemented 38 modules after:

Organigram, Organizational Unit, Users, Employee Management, RTI Management, Legal Case Management, Leave Management, Estate Management, Fee Management, Vendor Bill Tracking, File Management & Tracking, Inventory Management, Research Project Management, Programmes Management, Payroll, Recruitment Management, Health Facilities Management, Knowledge Management, Transport Management, Content Federation (CFS), Training & Placements, Hostel Management, Budget and Accounts, Sports Facilities Management, Grievance Management (Employee), Uni Web Portal, Student Lifecycle, Endowment, College Affiliation, Student Feedback Management, Minutes and Retrieval/Document, Essential Services, Alumni Management, Core Communication,IT Service Desk,Training of Trainers Management(ToT) and Residence Allocation.

This initiative would increase efficiency by improving the Institute’s knowledge management through seamless access to information, and its use for different purposes.

The program was given free of charge by the SAMARTH team to NIT, Kurukshetra; the deployment was done by an in-house team at no additional cost by collaboration between MHRD teams NMEICT and TEQIP.

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